As a child of the 70’s and 80’s I have vivid memories of being in school and attending book fairs where we would get to select books, buy them and take them home to add to our libraries. It was … Continue reading Reading Is Fundamental – Especially In Politics
It’s New Years Eve 2018 and the government is in its tenth day of a partial shutdown over border security funding. President Trump is requesting $5 billion in order to build sections of the wall, or fencing depending on who … Continue reading New Year, New Congress
This is still America. Though it is not the America I think of when I think of pride, patriotism and love of country. That America I equate with my Grandfather’s generation and the actions they took during World War II. … Continue reading A Court of Law VS. The Court of Public Opinion
During political debates/discussions on Twitter and Facebook I have a tendency to befriend those who are on the opposite political spectrum. Especially those who are capable of having a conversation without devolving into name calling and can actually articulate their … Continue reading “Common Sense Gun Laws” According To The Left
At a University of Miami event for college Democrats, Joe Biden made reference (again) to taking President Donald Trump to task and beating him up for his “locker room talk” circa the Access Hollywood released video/audio with Billy Bush. But … Continue reading Biden The Bully?
This is the story I was watching off and on this week. As it drew closer and closer to Friday with no indication one way or the other what Attorney General Sessions would decide, I assumed that no news meant … Continue reading McCabe Fired Days Before Retirement By AG Sessions